Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) testing
For faculty looking to move away from paper exams or Scantrons, online testing is available through HuskyCT. Online testing can be offered in the classroom or as at-home assessment. For faculty wishing to administer online testing in the classroom (BYOD testing), CETL and ITS have worked to make this easier. READ MORE
Kaltura CaptureSpace Replaced by Kaltura Capture
Kaltura is a video management platform that enables you to create and share video and audio files, either in HuskyCT or through other channels. The service includes an application that enables you to record presentations using your desktop computer and webcam. Kaltura has released a new version of this application, Kaltura Capture, and support for the previous product, Kaltura CaptureSpace, will end on May 31, 2019. After this date you will no longer be able to access CaptureSpace from within Kaltura. Moving forward please install and use Kaltura Capture when creating new videos. There is nothing you need to do with videos you previously created with CaptureSpace.
Announcing the New Accessibility Website
The University of Connecticut is pleased to announce its new Accessibility Website. Please visit UConn's Accessibility Website to learn about accessibility resources available at UConn, how to create accessible digital content, accessibility in software and hardware, where to report accessibility issues, and much more.
The University of Connecticut integrates educational technology into the student learning process via multiple platforms. From synchronous to asynchronous learning environments to classroom response systems, the staff throughout CETL offer training programs and technical assistance in the large variety of systems and environments experienced on campus and virtually.
New HuskyCT Tool!!
Crocodoc API (the software that runs the annotation functions for grading) and has replaced it with Box.
Click here to learn more.